Lungz

Chicago

Lungz – Memories [Pt. 2]

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Happy Birthday to Lungz!

St. Patrick? Nah homie, it’s St. Lungz, as today doubles as the drunk Irish holiday, as well as the drunk Lungz holiday. Ha! I kid. But seriously, today is Lungz’s b-day, so if you see him in the streets today wish him well.

In honor of his born day, he’s decided to cut loose a record from his *shhhh* currently unannounced collabo project with producer Thelonious Martin, which we’ll see at some point later this year. Yes, you read that correctly: Lungz and Thelo have an album coming out.

So today catch a preview of what you can expect with the pimptastic “Memories [Pt. 2]” which features some audio clips from the likes of Charm, Gorgeous Dre and Kenny Red. Those that know, know.

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Video: Castro f/ Blanco Caine, VIRU & Lungz – My Fresh

Directed by Sose The Giant. Produced by Pressure.

Castro. Blanc0. VIRU. Lungz. Respect their fresh. This action-packed posse cut is lifted from Castro’s forthcoming new album, Welcome Home, which features appearances from Caleb James, Broadway, The Boy Illinois and many more.

You can expect to drop next week: 1/23/15. For now, get fresh with the fantastic four you hear above.

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Skooda Chose f/ Lungz – Vultures

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Produced by M. Stacks

Rap game vultures. Skooda and Lungz are off that, and off them. These two emcees aim and attack on this brand new joint.

However, this will not be on Skooda’s forthcoming album, Vulture Kulture, the artwork for which you can find directly above. The song? Intake it below. Vulture Kulture will officially drop in February — the wait is almost over.

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Chicago

American Knightmare – Telescope

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A band of Chicago emcees have joined forces to create a group by the name of American Knightmare. Lungz, Blanco Caine, Viru, Pha’Tal and Castro connect like Voltron to form the AK collective, and today they drop off their first track, “Telescope.” On their debut track, the crew takes a closer look at the problems plaguing their lives and communities. Look for a full project to drop at some point next year.

Dion Primo is on the hook. Phonix did the beat.

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